How to Remove AntiKeep | AntiKeep Removal Guide



AntiKeep is a rogue antivirus application from the same family as ReAnti and AntiAdd which we’ve written about in the last few days. Like many of these rogue application they will try to trick you into consenting to install it, or install without your permission. They will claim that there are viruses and problems on your computer that can only be fixed when you purchase their software. With all of these rogue antivirus applications you shouldn’t trust the claims that the software makes and should work to remove it as soon as possible. Read on for how to remove antikeep.


Among the warnings that you will see from this rogue are the following:

Security Center Alert!
Infiltration Alert!
Your computer is being attacked by an Internet Virus. It could be a password-stealing attack, a trojan-dropper or similar.
Do you want AntiKeep to block this attack?

Spyware Alert!
Your computer is infected with spyware. It could damage your critical files or expose your private data on the Internet. Click here to register your copy of AntiKeep and remove spyware threats from your PC.

730 SPYWARE Found
Attention: DANGER!
AntiKeep has detected 730 Critical SPYWARE Objects while scanning the system. Following object will shortly interrupt system running by:

! Annoying advertisements wasting your traffic.
! Slow page downloading speed. Web browser is not working properly.
! Cyber thieves get access to credit card.
! Criminals will steal your personal data and photos.
! Hackers will get access to emails box, personals, hosting and Internet services. They will use your computer and IP address for illegal purposes.

Register AntiKeep to block or remove threatening objects. Click “Clean” to register the version to render revealed threats.

The first thing you may wish to try with the uninstall of AntiKeep is to go to the control panel and make use of add/remove programs. You will likely not be able to remove it this easily, but it is always the first thing you should try. If it does uninstall this way you should follow it up with a scan of your computer with either malwarebytes antimalware or superantispyware and a scan with a trusted antivirus scanner such as housecall online or avg, avira, etc.

You will probably want to block the following site if you have multiple computers accessing the internet (or to prevent future reinfections.)

antikeep.com

You can find a link to download malwarebytes antimalware from my virus removal toolkit page. While there you may also wish to download process explorer as you may need it further in the removal process. If you are unable to install malwarebytes you may try the following things: 1) rename the installer from mbam-setup.exe to something like firefox.exe and retry the install/update and scan. 2) reboot into safe mode with networking and try to install, update and scan. 3) follow the next step which will be to kill off the running processes associated with this rogue and then retry your install, update and scan after that step.

The following programs are associated with antikeep and should be killed off using the task manager. If you are unable to launch the task manager try the following: 1) copy and paste the program taskmgr.exe to the desktop and then rename it to something else. (iexplore.exe) then try launching this renamed program. 2) reboot into safe mode and see if the following programs are running. 3) use process explorer to kill off the following processes:

AntiKeep.exe
uninstall.exe

The following files and folders should be deleted for a manual removal of AntiKeep:

%docs%All UsersDesktopAntiKeep.lnk
%docs%All UsersStart MenuPrograms\AntiKeepAntiKeep.lnk
%docs%All UsersStart MenuPrograms\AntiKeepHomepage.lnk
%docs%All UsersStart MenuProgramsAntiKeepUninstall.lnk
%progfiles%AntiKeep SoftwareAntiKeepAntiKeep.exe
%progfiles%AntiKeep SoftwareAntiKeepuninstall.exe

After the above files you should follow up with a scan of your computer with malwarebytes antimalware or superantispyware and a follow up scan with a trusted antivirus product to make sure you have completely removed antikeep.

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